While the American people continue to grapple with whatever it is that occurred yesterday in Finland, the corporate media has been having a heyday bashing the President of the United States.
This isn’t anything out of the ordinary, and there are very few Americans who’ve found themselves surprised by this development. The mainstream media has been so blatantly obvious in their hope for a removal or delegitimization of the President that, no matter what occurred yesterday, we would likely see a similar response from CNN and their brethren.
Remember folks, the corporations who finance the media need conflict to have their advertisements viewed, so a conflict they will be provided with.
Oddly enough, the media’s bias wasn’t relegated only to the anti-Trump end of things, of course. After Vladimir Putin made an extremely compelling comment about possible collusion with the Clinton campaign, these corporately-controlled “journalists” seemingly all came down with amnesia or narcolepsy immediately.
The claims were wild.
During the presidential campaign, a Kremlin-linked lawyer tried to interest the Trump campaign in allegations against Mr. Browder during a June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower in New York with members of the Trump campaign, who had been promised damaging information about the Clinton campaign. That meeting has become a focus of Mr. Mueller’s investigation.Mr. Putin on Monday detailed on television a variation of some of the allegations that the lawyer, Natalia V. Veselnitskaya, brought to the Trump Tower meeting — namely that some of Mr. Browder’s associates had funneled $400 million to the Clinton campaign with money illegally moved out of Russia.“Business associates of his have earned over $1.5 billion in Russia,” Mr. Putin said. “They never paid any taxes. Neither in Russia nor in the United States. Yet the money escaped the country. They were transferred to the United States. They sent huge amounts of money, $400 million, as a contribution to the campaign of Hillary Clinton.”Additionally, Mr. Putin declared, “we have solid reason to believe that some intelligence officers accompanied and guided these transactions.”